Topics: Cardiovascular health

This list is a topic specific collection of information relevant to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. It includes peer reviewed original articles and reports and non-peer reviewed summaries or reviews published in the HealthBulletin. Journal articles, reports and other publications, conference presentations, theses, resources and websites published or presented elsewhere are also included. Please see the about section for further information.

Rheumatic fever: identification, management and secondary prevention

Smith MT, Zurynski Y, Lester-Smith D, Elliott E, Carapetis J (2012) Rheumatic fever: identification, management and secondary prevention Australian Family Physician; 41: (31-35)


Chronic condition management strategies in Aboriginal communities: final report 2011

Kowanko I, Helps Y, Harvey P, Battersby M, McCurry B, Carbine R, Boyd J, Abdulla O (2012) Chronic condition management strategies in Aboriginal communities: final report 2011 Adelaide: Flinders University and the Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia


Infective endocarditis and rheumatic heart disease in the north of Australia

Baskerville CA, Hanrahan BB, Burke AJ, Holwell AJ, Rémond MG, Maguire GP (2011) Infective endocarditis and rheumatic heart disease in the north of Australia Heart, Lung and Circulation; 21: (36-41)


15th Annual NT Chronic Disease Conference

The 15th Annual Chronic Diseases Network Conference, Out of the shadows, into the spotlight; chronic diseases – mental health was held 8-9 September 2011 at the Darwin Convention Centre.


Persistence of acute rheumatic fever in a tertiary children’s hospital

Smith MT, Lester-Smith D, Zurynski Y, Noonan S, Carapetis JR, Elliott EJ (2011) Persistence of acute rheumatic fever in a tertiary children’s hospital Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health; 47: (198-203)


Beyond the rhetoric: how can non-government organisations contribute to reducing health disparities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people?

Wood L, Shilton T, Dimer L, Smith J, Leahy T (2011) Beyond the rhetoric: how can non-government organisations contribute to reducing health disparities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people? Australian Journal of Primary Health; 17: (384-394)


Aboriginal to non-Aboriginal differentials in 2-year outcomes following non-fatal first-ever acute MI persist after adjustment for comorbidity

Katzenellenbogen JM, Sanfilippo FM, Hobbs MST, Briffa TG, Ridout SC, Knuiman MW, Dimer L, Taylor KP, Thompson PL, Thompson SC (2011) Aboriginal to non-Aboriginal differentials in 2-year outcomes following non-fatal first-ever acute MI persist after adjustment for comorbidity European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention & Rehabilitation; Online before print Retrieved 1 August 2011 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1741826711417925


Cardiovascular risk among Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal smoking male prisoners: inequalities compared to the wider community

Richmond RL, Wilhelm KA, Indig D, Butler TG, Archer VA, Wodak AD (2011) Cardiovascular risk among Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal smoking male prisoners: inequalities compared to the wider community BMC Public Health; 11: 783 Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1471-2458-11-783


Peer-support preferences and readiness-to-change behaviour for chronic disease prevention in an urban Indigenous population

Adams K, Paasse G, Clinch D (2011) Peer-support preferences and readiness-to-change behaviour for chronic disease prevention in an urban Indigenous population Australian Social Work; 64: (55-67)


Possible association of high urinary magnesium and taurine to creatinine ratios with metabolic syndrome risk reduction in Australian Aboriginals

Hamada A, Taguchi T, Mori H, Thorpe M, Yamori Y, Mori M (2011) Possible association of high urinary magnesium and taurine to creatinine ratios with metabolic syndrome risk reduction in Australian Aboriginals Cardiology Research and Practice; 2011: 235653 Retrieved 11 July 2011 from http://dx.doi.org/10.4061/2011/235653


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